South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust has confirmed that fifteen people were taken to hospital after a plane made an emergency landing at Gatwick airport today.
Fourteen of the patients were taken to two major trauma centres - St George's Hospital and Royal Sussex County Hospital - suffering from suspected fractures.
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